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    MJHS Home Care provides advanced medical services and emotional support to patients who prefer to recover from illness, injury or surgery in the familiar surroundings of their homes.

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    When days cannot be added to a life, we add life to remaining days. Our multidisciplinary teams offer culturally-sensitive, end-of-life and palliative care services to patients and their families at home or in assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals.

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    Whether there is a need for short-term rehabilitation or long term care, MJHS provides compassionate, culturally sensitive services in state-of-the-art facilities with stunning oceanfront locations.

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    When patients with chronic conditions need additional support, but wish to retain their independence, MJHS Adult Day offers rehabilitation and nursing care in a social setting that allows them to create bonds while improving their ability to perform key activities.

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    Over the past 25 years, we have offered Medicare beneficiaries and Medicaid recipients a wide range of no or low cost health plans that provide access to medical services, including prescription drug coverage. Many options are available.

MJHS BLIZZARD UPDATE

 

Based on updated reports regarding the blizzard and plans to scale back transit service as well as restrict non-essential vehicles from major roads, MJHS and Elderplan offices at 6323 and 7405 Seventh Avenue, as well as 745 64th Street will be closed on Tuesday.

MJHS Adult Day Health Care will also be closed.

Our offices at 440 Ninth Avenue, 39 Broadway and in Garden City will remain open. Of course, thanks to our dedicated staff, Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care, as well as our hospice residences and inpatient units across the city, will continue to provide uninterrupted care for our patients and residents.

Employees who can make it to work safely at our Manhattan and Garden City locations should do so. Field staff should continue to follow the emergency action plans that have been put in place.

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